Dear Paris! No one can prepare you for a loss; it comes like a swift wind. I can not imagine what you must be feeling right now. I cannot even begin to understand what you are going through right now, but I offer my prayers and condolences to you, dear Paris.
Words cannot express my sadness.
Thank You for Strength to deep the Faith in Humanity.
Just a day ago the first post of 2015 was planned as a cheerful publication with happy hope to realise a list of the New Year resolutions. Yesterday I with my family celebrated orthodox Christmas…
Yesterday 12 Parisians had their own plan.
Today 12 burning candles are in this post…
As a Political Science post graduate student I had researched a myth based on “The Clash of Civilisation” by Samuel Huntington. “The principal conflicts of global politics will occur between nations and groups of different civilisations.” “The world will be shaped in large measure by the interactions among seven or eight major civilizations. These include Western, Confucian, Japanese, Islamic, Hindu, Slavic-Orthodox, Latin American and possibly African civilisation” the scientist writes.
According to the theory “Islam” is a monolithic force, which is hostile to the West due to wounded pride and…
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2 thoughts on “2015 Parisian Candles”
My heart is heavy. For all the beautiful, gentle things holy people say, there is no explanation for this. Any of it. Back to 9/11 and further. God help us all.
Dear Claudia! My heart is heavy too. But to feel the beating of your heart makes my heart lighter – we live now. We should live and bring light by every our heart’s beat. Thank you and hug you!